A woman in Massachusetts is claiming that JetBlue does not help her to identify the dog that bit her for a recent flight.
A JetBlue passenger from Massachusetts, says she is not happy with how the airline’s handling of a recent incident that occurred at the Orlando International Airport.
Brittany Langlois told Fox 25 Boston that she bit by a fellow-passenger the dog while waiting to check in for her flight. However, she says she’s having no luck in the finding of the animal is the owner after JetBlue employees of the action the other passengers of the line — leaving Langlois uncertain whether or not to seek treatment for rabies.
A #Southbridge woman says a dog bit her on the @JetBlue check-in at the Orlando International Airport, They said the airline and the airport is not giving her information about the dog and its owner. @boston25 pic.twitter.com/oNAy2JK2Qh
— Daniel Miller (@Daniel_Miller8) 13 November 2017
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“[My doctor said] ‘it’s an extremely painful shot and it is a series of three, I would not want you to go through that if you don’t,'” Langlios told Fox 25. “At the same time, I’m like I don’t want to go through.”
Langlois added that when the first incident happened last Sunday, she was in such a state of shock, that they are not the other passenger information, let alone that all the information on the dog or the vaccination history.
“I turn around and the owner is a bit on the rest of the dog again, and I look at her and I’m like ‘that dog something to me!’, and I think that I was as a shock,” Langlois said.
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Fox 25 reports that Langlois was not able to track down information on the dog of the owners of JetBlue agents. In addition, her later efforts with JetBlue’s customer service department is useless.
“[JetBlue customer service] “There is nothing we can do, we can cover your medical bills, but that’s about it,” said Langlois. She also claims that the airline offered her a $50 voucher for a future JetBlue flight, although she doubts that they will use.
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In the meantime, Langlois’ the doctor has reportedly put her on antibiotics and painkillers, but she has only a few days before her deadline for a series of rabies shots expire.
Representatives for JetBlue or the Orlando International Airport have not yet responded to requests for comment.